So says John Murdock, a Republican who apparently drank the global-warming Kool-Aid:
Clearly, though, climate change science is not a house of cards. The basic fabric of the argument is quite sound. . . . We do need to start making sound personal and national decisions to preserve the world that has been entrusted to our care. Avoiding the fallacy that the science is teetering on the brink of collapse is a good place to start, but it’s an inadequate place to stop. Al Gore’s certainly right about that.
Along the way, Murdock — who blogs as The Republican Tree Hugger — derides as biased know-nothings George F. Will of the Washington Post, Chris Horner of the Competitive Enterprise Institute, and Steven Milloy of JunkScience.com. Murdock’s argument, if it may be called that, is nothing but a repetition of the bogus “scientific consensus” theme that the Greens have pounding for 15 years, despite the fact that (a) it’s not scientific, and (b) there is no consensus.
Like Gore and the other global-warming hysterics, Murdock debates like a thug, attempting to bully skeptics into silence.
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